HackBerry Lab

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HackBerry Lab
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Status active
Country United States of America

State or District


City Rome

Date of founding


Last Updated 2014-06-04
Website http://hackberrylab.com









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2277 Martha Berry Hwy
30149-5024 Rome
United States of America

Membership fee

The space is for use by Berry College students enrolled in the Creative Technology program. Fees are currently not required.

Size of rooms

1000 ft2

Location 34° 17' 21", -85° 11' 19"

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HackBerry Lab is a makerspace for Berry College students enrolled in the Creative Technologies major and minor. In Fall 2014, it will operate out of 128 McAlister Hall and jointly with 7hills Makerspace (7hillsmake.org).

Do you love to tinker? The creative technology major is an interdisciplinary program that combines studies in technology, design thinking, computer science, and business. It uses hands-on technology projects as the means for developing student creativity, analytic & problem solving skills, mathematical & scientific reasoning, collaborative abilities, aesthetic sensibilities, computing, programming skills, project management skills and strategic insights.

Academic Discipline Number of courses required Electives available?
Computer science 2 Yes
Creative technologies 4 Yes
Business 2 Yes
Science 1 Yes
Art, Communications and Theatre 0 Yes
Psychology 0 Yes
Total 9 2

<P> Eleven courses (33 credit hours) are required. The Creative Technologies major is small enough that it can be combined with most other majors and still be completed in about 4 years (depending on the other major, some summer course work may be needed).

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